The famous Game Players’ Unknown Battlegrounds (PUBG) was expressed by Pakistani famous people. The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PPTA) said on Monday that the game PUBG will remain blocked in Pakistan, until an investigation into the suicide case related to the game is finalized. Pakistani celebrations have taken the social media to challenge the ban on PUBG.Actress Hania Amir turned to Twitter. Celebs went through the media to lift their voices against the ban on PUBG.Actress Hania Amir posted on Twitter that “gambling is not a crime and bans are just a little more than paranoia and anger.” Instead of shutting down # PUBG, she said, “To address and combat those problems that are cause for concern, so let them play for it is just a sport.“he Tweeted.
Gaming is not a crime and bans achieve little other than angst and resentment. Instead of shutting down #PUBG, address and counter the issues that are a cause for concern and let them play for it is only but a game! 🙏🏽#Pakistan #ImranKhanPUBGKholo
— Hania Aamir (@realhaniahehe) July 27, 2020
He added that “stray dogs here are murdered, stray cats are killed and # PUBG is banned …” On Monday, the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) said that the game will continue to be blocked in Pakistan until investigation of a suicide case linked with the game has been completed. (04) Singer Shamoon Ismail has called medieval custom prohibition. “When anyone in government forbids a way of life, an philosophy or even a voice they disagree with or profit from, it sets a precedent for future generations to do the same. This discourages debates and disagreements. And it encourages racism, “he tweeted.
Banning is a medieval practice. When someone in power bans a way of life, an ideology or simply a platform that they don’t agree with or benefit from, they set a precedent for generations to come to do the same. Thus discouraging talks & differences. And encouraging intolerance.
— Shamoon (@ShamoonIsmail) July 27, 2020
Pakistani celebrities have challenged a ban on PUBG in social media. Actress Hania Amir turned to Twitter and said that playing is nothing more than a crime and prohibitions than anguish and resentment. “Instead of shutting down # PUBG, address and address the issues that are cause for concern and allow them to play because that is just a game,” she added. Celebrities in Pakistan question the prohibition of PUBG.Singer Asim Azhar said it was not only about a game but also about Pakistan’s digital future.Star Ishqiya Feroze Khan tweeted that he had no idea who advised the government. Singer Shamoon Ismail called for a medieval ban. “When anyone in government forbids a way of life, an philosophy or even a voice they disagree with or profit from, it sets a precedent for future generations to do the same. This discourages debates and disagreements. And it encourages racism, “he tweeted.
This is not just about a game, it is about the digital future of 🇵🇰 Every field will be affected. I am a victim of the ridiculous ban we had to face on YouTube for 5 years. We are again at the same stage. Please don’t let it happen again, sir @ImranKhanPTI 🙌🏽 #ImranKhanPUBGKholo
— Asim Azhar (@AsimAzharr) July 27, 2020